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Title: From institutional repositories to personal collections of learning resources
Authors: Minguillón Alfonso, Julià
Conesa Caralt, Jordi
Keywords: Institutional digital repositories
learning resources
web 2.0
Issue Date: Jul-2011
Type: Conference lecture
Citation: Minguillón, J.;Conesa, J.. (2011)."From institutional repositories to personal collections of learning resources". A:The Personal Learning Environments Conference 2011. University of Southampton. Southampton. 11 de juliol.
Abstract: Institutional digital repositories are a basic piece to provide preservation and reutilization of learning resources. However, their creation and maintenance is usually performed following a top-down approach, causing limitations in the search and reutilization of learning resources. In order to avoid this problem we propose to use web 2.0 functionalities. In this paper we present how tagging can be used to enhance the search and reusability functionalities of institutional learning repositories as well as promoting their usage. The paper also describes the evaluation process that was performed in a pilot experience involving open educational resources.
Language: eng
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